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Chinese telecommunications behemoth Huawei has blasted the United States for issuing an executive order that effectively bans them from operating in the US.
Ooredoo Qatar has selected Nokia to build a 5G cloud native core network to support delivery of enhanced mobile broadband services. Nokia's solution will be deployed in Ooredoo's state-of-the-art datacenters in Qatar's capital city Doha.
By An Jian, President of Carrier Networks Business Group, Huawei Middle East
The maturity of 5G standards has finally brought 5G from vision to reality.
Many countries, such as Japan, South Korea, and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries in the Middle East, have started building 5G platforms and will soon put 5G into commercial use. It is widely accepted in the industry that 2019 will mark the start of 5G commercialization.
Ooredoo has announced the appointment of Kumail Al-Moosawi to a newly created executive level position - Chief Corporate Services Officer (CCSO). The new role will see Kumail continue to be responsible for HR but also assume responsibility for the Customer Experience, Business Continuity and HSE Departments within Ooredoo.
As an organisation devoted to bettering society through technology for good, du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), took part in the leadership’s innovative ‘Well of Hope’ humanitarian competition during the holy month of Ramadan, filling 793 bottles, the equivalent of 11485 litres of water.
Ericsson has positioned itself as a frontrunner in the 5G space and is increasingly becoming the go-to player for operators seeking to accelerate the commercialization of the next-generation networks.
Ciena Corporation is a US-based global provider of telecommunications networking equipment, software and services. The company has enjoyed phenomenal success since its inception back in 1992, and has firmly established itself as a reputable and market leader that has delivered pioneering innovations to the ICT industry. Ciena is also publicly listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
Nokia, the leader of the optical network market is supplying its new optical transport network based on Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing technology. It enables Service Providers to provide high-speed internet within the African region and is also the right infrastructure for 5G deployment at a later stage.